Oh, no they aren't.
Oh, no; you won't. You'll ask a machine.
"And where, pray," continues the interrogation, "is stop FS1?" It is not on the spider map and not on thr bus stands map.
So, off we go to find stop FS5. And there it is, opposite the "A" stands, as predicted.
Eventually, fbb's scion foound a working "booth" which produced this wonder of modern computing technology.
As a bonus, the answer is also quite wrong. Service 120 stops on Crimicar lane, there is no need to get off one stop early. It actually stops outside the house but no system currently available shows that properly.
Of course, No.3 son is computer savvy and would have used Google Maps to locate the actual address, then researched the timetable which he would then download to be available on his phone.
Or, dangerously, he could have asked a Travel South Yorkshire customer care assistant. Like the A-Team, you have to find one first and on this occasion your blogger and his boy were anxious to have a look-see on Arundel Gate and High Street before the light failed.
Might be fun!
SYPTE have closed their excellent enquiry office at Sheffield Interchange but a nearby and temporary desk was staffed by a team of two. Within seconds "the man" had confirmed route number and directed No 3 son to stop FS5.
Oddly FS1 would have been nearer but you can't have everything. And he was using a computer!
A timetable for the service (120) was missing from the racks at the Arundel Gate former enquiry office, also restaff for the changes but was available from the desk at the interchange.
Conclusion : using posters, spider maps, self-service booths and even your best efforts is fundamentally more difficult, less reliable and takes oodles more time than asking a person who knows.
An easy win. Re-open enquiry offices.